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More Advanced Search
Example: You can use the following query to find all documents containing specifics terms that are nearby in a document that was created or modified within the last month.
|Normal keywords – both must be present in the found documents.|
|Field query – the documents must be created or modified within the last month.|
|Proximity operator – The terms must be present ten or less terms apart in the found documents|
- Prefixes and Operators
- The Coveo Platform supports a number of prefixes and various types of operators (Boolean, mathematical, date, email,…) to help you create more precise queries (see Search Prefixes and Operators and Using Special Characters in Queries).
- Field Codes
- In the Coveo unified index, a field contains information from metadata that comes with the indexed documents. Metadata is information about a document rather than information contained in a document (see What Are Field Queries and Free Text Queries?). The Coveo Platform supports numerous field codes for a variety of systems (see Available Field Aliases).
- By default you can use wildcard characters (? and *) in a query to expand keywords and therefore expand the query (see Using Wildcards in Queries).
Tip: You probably already use complex queries without knowing (see User Interface Elements Hiding Complex Queries ).